A book for children in the age 7 to 12 who have emotional reactions to stuttering. It explains stuttering and helps to cope with the feelings that come along with it.
A story written by an 8 year old girl, about a stuttering girl who copes with teasing by explaining stuttering to her class mates.
A story for preschoolers about a stuttering ghost.
An illustrated poem for school-aged children about a bird who is ashamed for not being able to squawk, but in the end overcomes his fear tot talk.
A book about a turtle who learns that talking to fast makes it difficult for people to understand him. It teaches children how to use pausing, phrasing and appropriate turn-taking.
The stuttering is symbolized by a hippo growing bigger and bigger, until Jeremy learns to accept his stuttering and stops fighting.
8. Rufus likes to talk (Nina A. Reardon)
Angel loves to talk (Nina A. Reardon)
Two short illustrated story’s for preschoolers and their parents, about accepting speech, whether it is smooth or bumpy. The first story is about a boy, the second is about a girl.
A comic strip for school children about overcoming the fear of stuttering and no longer avoiding words.